Cooleman Ridge

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Subject: Cooleman Ridge
From: "Tobias Hayashi" <>
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2008 16:45:14 +1100
Hi all,
A couple of days ago I went out to Narrabundah Hill, Cooleman Ridge, where I found two immature Olive-backed Orioles. There were also 1000+(?) Starlings coming to roost on a dead tree and two or three Yellow-faced Honeyeaters not moving very much. Yesterday at Cooleman Ridge (behind Chapman), I heard a nightjar-like-sounding bird that called twice. I couldn't locate, as it didn't call a third time. Dusky Woodswallows were numerous. Also a pair of Peregrines slicing around finished off Easter Sunday quite nicely.

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